A lot of residents in our area say they are happy that 2012 is coming to a close, so they can start off fresh and accomplish new personal goals.
Some of the more popular four-state resolutions include; living a healthier lifestyle, improving work habits, and spending more time with family.
The question is will they come through on their promises?
"My resolution is to lose probably 10 to 15 pounds, and work out a little bit more," says Nick Dewall, a Washington County resident.
"My New Year's Resolution is to quit smoking, because I have put it in the back burner for too long and at 12:01 AM, I'm going to do my best," says Steve Marshall, a Chambersburg Resident
According to a University of Scranton study is the number one New Year's resolution is lose weight.